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Does build pc can be a call a job ???

I'm very passionate about it, but among them, building computers is my favorite because I enjoy handling computer parts. However, I'm worried that nowadays almost anyone can build a computer by themselves and without their assistance, so I'd like to know if building computers is a profession or if there is a company that does it.#Computer #IT

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Halima’s Answer

Hi Peter,
you can extend your scope to any field of engineering, seems that you have the talent and background to start into the direction of building technical solutions, this could be computer hardware, machine mechanics, electronics, etc.
explore engineering schools and course to see what they offer, but be mindful that no career is easy to achieve, and you said yourself that anyone can build a computer, so that by itself will not male you exceptional but to understand how all that is working, how to fix and how to create something new.
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Chaitanya’s Answer

There is probably no job today that is unique to a person. It is always awesome to make a profession out of your passion. In today's age of social media, even talking/discussing about your interest can actually be a full-time job.

1. You need to have awesome knowledge about your chosen area of interest. This can come through tech magazines and existing posters on social media platforms.
2. Related to the latter, you need to be well-versed on how to handle different social media platforms. The more you are active, the better is your potential and actual reach.
3. You also need to be aware of how to communicate well. This includes many things like your language, presentation skills, ability to engage your audience, and also about creating your content.
4. One simple starting point would be to start work with an actual hardware outlet. This could be for example service centres of hardware OEMs, retails outlets (Genius Bars, tech sections of retailers) etc.
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Joey’s Answer

If you're enthusiastic about PC hardware, rest assured that a highly rewarding career awaits you. I suggest exploring the field of computer engineering. Leading companies are constantly developing cutting-edge PC hardware that will revolutionize the way we engage with both hardware and software. Take, for example, Apple's recent unveiling of the Apple Vision Pro augmented reality headset. It combines advanced computer hardware and software, setting the stage for a whole new way of interacting with computers in the future. To pursue your passion, consider researching computer engineering colleges that best match your interests and earn a degree that equips you for an exciting career ahead. Additionally, don't forget to take part in coding bootcamps to further enhance your skills.
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Donnie’s Answer

There isn't a big market for people building standard desktops or laptops, there are a number of companies that do that. That said, there are people working within those companies that do those parts of the builds that have not been automated. You could look into whether or not there are any manufacturers in your area and look into either an internship or entry level position. From there, you could use your experience within the industry to see the opportunities available to you in the hardware sector. Another option would be to work for one of the many PC repair shops that are out there. Data recovery, and computer forensics, are two options you might look at to expand your experience. Regardless of how you move forward, celebrate your knowledge of how the various computer components work together as very few computer users today have that knowledge.
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